State Police say her injuries are not life-threatening.
One person was medivaced Friday morning following a vehicle crash where a car ran into a house on Route 194 north of Warner Road in Ladiesburg.
State Police say Nina Dillenbeck, 60, of Taneytown was driving her Nissan Murano southbound on Route 194 when she began to feel disoriented. She lost control of the car, which drifted across the northbound lanes into the grass of a home at 12521 Woodsboro pike. The vehicle struck the front porch. The porch roof collapsed on the hood and the front windshield of the car. Dillenbeck was partially trapped in her car due to damage to the driver's side of the vehicle.
Emergency medical service personnel were able to administer medical services to Dillenbeck while she was still in her vehicle. Fire and rescue personnel stabilized the porch and the car, and were able to get Dillenbeck out of the vehicle by cutting out a portion of the passenger side.
She was medivaced to Meritus Medical Center with what are described as non-life threatening injuries.
Dillenbeck was the sole occupant of her car.
The house was unoccupied at the time of the crash.
State Police are continuing their investigation.